Upon arrival to Cocoa Beach Aerial Adventures you will be greeted by our wonderful Guides. The guides will walk you through the check in and waiver process (unless you have already done this online at climbcocoabeach.com). After filling out the waivers guests are instructed to empty their mouths, bladders, and pockets. If you have to put some things in your car you can do that and at this point you should grab your drinks that you will take on the main treehouse for hydration after each trail, We have drinks for sale at Cocoa Beach Aerial Adventures. You will not have to carry your drink with you it will stay in a cooler on the main tree house.
After the check in process you will enter the gear up room with us. We will walk you through the process of getting your harness, helmet and gloves on. After you are all "geared up" we will walk outside and under the main tree house were we have a ground school set up for our guides to show you the proper techniques and give you a chance to practice with your feet on the ground. After ground school you will follow the guide up the stairs in the tree house to the first level where all guests will start. There are three trails on this beginner level which consist of obstacles that will require your legs to hold up your body weight, for example: suspension bridges, wide balance beams, and tunnels followed by the zip line back to the main tree house. When you successfully complete the "beginner" trails you will go up the stairs to the "intermediate level. This level will have you climbing cargo nets, balancing on cables while holding ropes, balancing on logs hanging from ropes, and anything else we could think of to build out of ropes wood and plastic followed by a zip line back to the main tree house. This intermediate level will entice you to engage more of your upper body and core strength. If you conquer the intermediate level you will be ready to move up to the third extreme level. This level will require all upper body strength, for example: monkey bars 45' in the air, 2 line bridge and the fire crackers . The design of Cocoa Beach Aerial Adventures allows guests to take rests and use the "sneak, or cheat" routes incase the obstacles become to difficult at any given time. Climbers must be in reasonably good physical condition and be able to actively participate on the course. If you are unsure about your ability to participate in this activity, whether physically or otherwise, please take the time to discuss your concerns with us when placing your reservation. Guides will provide guidance on the course.
Cocoa Beach Aerial Adventures prohibits use of alcohol or illegal drugs before climbing, prohibits harmful conduct or interference of any kind with safety, and requires participants to inform CBAA of any pre-existing medical condition or use of prescribed medicines. CBAA reserves the right to remove any individual from the course with no refund if these rules are not followed.